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Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery

Seismic hazards threaten communities situated along active fault lines. These earthquake-prone areas must prioritize disaster planning to minimize quake impacts and expeditiously bounce back when the ground shakes.

Integrated Solutions Consulting develops customized earthquake response and rebuilding plans based on decades partnering with at-risk towns atop restless faults. By getting response protocols and recovery contracting in place before the next big one, we empower communities to swiftly yet equitably rebuild amidst calamity. Our integrated solutions support damage assessments, infrastructure and utility restoration, debris removal, federal assistance consulting, vulnerable resident assistance, seismic retrofitting incentives, and more so towns emerge more resilient.

With seasoned technical consultants supporting preparation and recovery goals, ISC assists high-risk regions to optimally face seismic threats. Partner with our earthquake solutions experts to plan for and recover from destructive seismic events with greater confidence.

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    Can Our Community Effectively Respond to a Damaging Earthquake?

    Earthquakes can strike anywhere, but communities situated along active fault lines are especially vulnerable. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, over 500,000 earthquakes occur worldwide each year, unleashing devastating shockwaves, ground rupture, liquefaction, and tsunamis. Major seismic events like the 1906 San Francisco and 1964 Alaska quakes highlight the existential threats facing towns atop restless faults. As plate pressures grow, risk increases for the next massive temblor along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, New Madrid Seismic Zone, Hayward Fault, and other dangerous continental boundaries. Earthquake-prone regions must prioritize disaster planning and response capacity.

    When major quakes or aftershocks trigger widespread destruction, overwhelm first responders, disrupt critical infrastructure, or endanger lives, impacted communities rely on specialized contractors to augment emergency services and recovery. Assistance may include damage and needs assessments, inspecting structures for occupancy safety, debris removal, route clearance, temporary power and housing, infrastructure repair, geotechnical engineering, permitting for reconstruction, vulnerable resident assistance, seismic retrofitting incentives, and more.

    With the window for the next massive quake impossible to predict, establishing robust contingency contracts with technical specialists allows efficient mobilization when seismic hazards unleash. For communities situated atop restive faults, having experts ready to assist can make the difference between barely coping and confidently bounding back.

    Disaster Software Solutions

    Earthquake Toolkits

    Resources to help you prepare, respond, and recover!

    Contracting Made Easy – Emergency Contract Vehicles

    Following a declared state of emergency, the Federal Government allows local and state government to bypass their standard procurement policies and implement emergency procurement procedures. In times of emergency, understanding these unique contract vehicles can be essential in saving time, money, and resources.

    ISC has expertise working with these unique contract vehicles, which allow us to guide our clients on how to navigate the contracting process easily and expeditiously.

    Contracting with ISC is easy, and a number of pre-established contract vehicles can be utilized to facilitate the procurement process

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    The industry’s most powerful and intuitive comprehensive emergency program management and planning system. A complete platform of independent but integrated web-based tools designed to alleviate the burden on planning and preparedness professionals, OES means you can more effectively manage the comprehensive cycle of preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation.